Walker did recover after the second Field blast to strike out five of the next six batters and fire fastballs that peaked at 98 miles an hour.
"He dialed it up a little more," Tacoma manager Roy Howell told the Salt Lake City News Tribune. "That's why he's still learning to pitch. Hopefully he'll take that lesson and understand it."
Walker is 4-2 with a 4.14 ERA this season with the Rainiers.
Bogaerts went 2 for 4 with a pair of strikeouts, and also scored once and drove in one run with his ninth inning solo home run. He has been unable to snap out of his long slump as Bogaerts is hitting just .213/.241/.307 in 75 at-bats during the month of July.
Bogaerts has failed to live up to expectations as a rookie, with a batting line of just .241/.311/.362 with eight home runs and 26 RBI in 98 games.
Rasmus went 2 for 4 in the game, with a single and a solo home run in the second inning to start off the scoring. He later came around to score again in the fourth inning, the second game in a row he has crossed the plate twice.
Rasmus has three home runs in the month of July and 14 overall, while hitting .223/.285/.459 in 242 at-bats.
Crisp is not at this time destined for the disabled list, but an MRI has revealed a degenerative condition in his neck.
A tight hamstring has prevented
Gonzalez homered in the Tuesday loss.
Zobrist went 2 for 4 in the win, and drove in the first two runs for the Rays in the win. He brought the first around on a sixth-inning solo home run, and then drove in another with a double in the eighth.
Zobrist is hitting .271/.361/.421 with nine home runs and 31 RBI in 93 at-bats.
"If Billy keeps hitting, Billy's going to DH," Ned Yost told the Kansas City Star.
Butler played the role of hero in the weekend series against Cleveland with six hits, including two home runs, and five RBI to help his team win three of four. But he took the collar Tuesday night.
The resurgence of
Sizemore had just one hit in the win, as he went 1 for 4 with one run driven in and one scored from the home run. He is hitting .314/.352/.451 in 51 at-bats since joining the Phillies, and has three home runs in 236 at-bats overall on the season.
Utley went 1 for 4 in the win, and made his presence felt with his seventh inning grand slam. The home run is Utley's ninth of the season, but first since July 9. He is hitting .291/.353/.429 on the season.
Freeman gave his team a brief lead with a two-run homer in the third inning. He added a single and walk to push his on-base percentage on the year to a fine .376.